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    • Emmanuel Thomé's avatar
      glue code for an asprintf equivalent · 4cdfd47f
      Emmanuel Thomé authored
      Apparently mingw lacks this. It's trivial enough to provide.
      
      In passing, I noticed a few breaks of the rule that cado.h must be used
      first in all compilation units.
      
      Untested.
      4cdfd47f
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    • Emmanuel Thomé's avatar
      warning killing party for gcc-4.6.1 (tiramisu has it). · a56da41b
      Emmanuel Thomé authored
      Alex, if you care to have a look: facul_doit.c contained some runtime
      checks which were in fact compile-time checks. I've changed them to the
      latter, since the never-taken branches were actually triggering warnings.
      
      For example, facul_doit_ul checks if the modulus is larger than 96 bits
      (which it can't, but gcc sees only a runtime check) -- if it happens to
      be, then it calls modredc15ul_initmod_uls with an array which actually
      isn't that large. Hence the warning, which surprises a bit...
      
      /tmp/cado/sieve/ecm/facul_doit.c: In function ‘facul_doit_ul’:
      /tmp/cado/utils/modredc_15ul.h:142:8: warning: array subscript is above array bounds [-Warray-bounds]
      
      git-svn-id: svn+ssh://scm.gforge.inria.fr/svn/cado-nfs/trunk@937 3eaf19af-ecc0-40f6-b43f-672aa0c71c71
      a56da41b
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